Morling-PanoramicLife is rich. Complex. Nuanced. A tapestry. A symphony. A bouquet. And isn’t that wonder-full! Through Connection Points, I explore the many intersections between life’s complexities and God’s fingerprints. I want to help people see the connections between God and all of life. I hope Christians will pursue connections with those around them, pointing them to the way God has woven together the world and called us to connect with Him. I want to help ordinary Christians do the extraordinary work of evangelism.

Much of the work of Connection Points flows through my writing – books, blogs, and articles. A great deal more occurs through my seminars, sermons, and workshops, especially through my affiliation with The C. S. Lewis Institute. I offer help for churches, organizations, and individuals through teaching venues as brief as individual meetings or one-time lessons (Sunday school classes, Bible studies, etc.) or as extensive as two-day, five-session conferences. In some cases, I have served churches over a long term as a kind of evangelism coach. I can tailor the approach to the needs of your group or church.

Our world is changing in polarizing and fragmenting ways. For both Christians and people of other faiths and belief systems, it feels chaotic and confusing. Connection Points seeks to find ways to help us all navigate through the changes by connecting to the Changeless One.

If I can serve you in the days ahead, I would consider it a great privilege. In the meantime, you might appreciate hearing a bit more about me and my journey to faith.

Read About My Journey with the Messiah


  1. Lee Brown
    February 11, 2017

    We use Questioning Evangelism as part of our training for foreign mission trips. I am excited to find out about Connection Points and Corner Conversations. Thank you for your work in helping us share the Gospel.

  2. Charlotte Nordstrum
    April 25, 2017

    are you familiar with a Bible study called questions Jesus asked? is it out of print? really good study we did once upon a time

    • Randy Newman
      April 26, 2017

      I’m not familiar with it but I’d love to find it and check it out.

  3. Dan Langerock
    May 15, 2017

    Should be interesting to study.

  4. Rachael Stahr
    June 10, 2017

    Dear Dr. Newman,
    I’d love to follow your blog, but I am bad about checking it on a regular basis. Is there a way to subscribe and get your posts in my email?
    Rachael Stahr

    • Randy Newman
      July 13, 2017


      Sure. If you click on the button that says, “View All” on the page of the blog, you can subscribe. Please let me know if you have any problems with that. You should receive an email every time I post a new blog.



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